Richard Spencer’s National Policy Institute received a huge amount of money through donor-adviser funds linked to a Georgia foundation.
“Alt-right” popularizer Richard Spencer draws income from family-owned Louisiana cotton plantations that have earned millions in federal subsidies, according to the Center for Investigative Reporting.
Richard Spencer was trying to invoke Nazis, but instead he quoted a Jewish, gay composer — and got called out by a liberal Jewish politician.
Richard Spencer’s National Policy Institute has lost its non-profit status, but other white nationalist groups accept tax-deductible donations.
“I don’t want to make a comment because I don’t understand this stuff,” Richard Spencer said when his National Policy Institute lost its non-profit status.
A sleek new video celebrates Spencer’s controversial speech that erupted in Nazi salutes.
Spencer was thrown out of the Washington, D.C. confab on Thursday after the event was consumed by controversy over the weekend.
As expected, Spencer also had some racially charged insults ready for the Atlanta Falcons, who play in a city that’s a center of black middle class life and culture.
Milo Yiannopoulos and Richard Spencer dispute their characterization as Nazis, both claiming that’s a smear put on them by their opponents.
Spencer also criticized Jews for promoting civil rights and multiculturalism in the U.S., while defending Israel, which he called a “Jewish ethnostate.”